JT is trying to decrypt the handler phone call he recorded. Tess is looking
for an excuse to avoid her family dinner because she is tired of all the the
endless questions about her being single. JT offers to boycott the holidays
with her and have a “non-Thanksgiving” day, with beer and pizza and….. creepy
guy’s voice. That was very sweet and it seriously sounded awesome.
enough audio to try and find out who the handler is and JT finds out it was the
FBI that hacked into Gabe’s computer. Catherine reasons that she and Vincent
should have take her father up on his initially rebuffed offer of Thanksgiving
dinner.As Cat explains, she wants to interrogate Bob with the aid of her human
polygraph boyfriend. Hopefully Vincent can use his lie detector skills on
Reynolds. It makes sense… still seems too risky.
Vincent calls Reynolds telling him the mission was compromised but he’s
safe while Tess record the message (and Tess is surprised that Vincent ever
trusted Reynolds). Vincent plays his role for a little while before losing his
temper and threatens his handler for stealing his life, threatening to hunt him
down before Cat stops him.
JT interjects some reason, the handler did just try to kill him. The group
learns that Vincent doesn’t even hear his handler’s real voice and knows
absolutely nothing about him, yet is still willing to kill for him.
Given the file disappearance, the trio is concerned about Vincent, so they
descend on Vincent’s houseboat with JT to determine Vincent’s location. Just as they pinpoint him in Troy, news
reports begin popping up of a warehouse explosion in Troy.
get back to Gabe’s theory that Vincent’s handler is setting a trap for Vincent,
the detective trio huddles around Gabe’s computer. However, they discover that Gabe’s
Muirfield-related computer files have been wiped.
Gabe talks to Windsor’s daughter, Tori, and requests that she keep the
whole situation with her father’s death a secret. But she is wanting to know
about the whole flatlining cure for being a beast, which proves to be important
later. Cat in a rage goes to confront Gabe with Tess.
GABE: “Look, I brought you here because it is vital we keep this between
me, you Detectives Chandler and Vargas.”
TORI:” I’m not gonna tweet about it, okay?”
GABE: “I just want to understand that thing that you were gonna do—“
Gabe has a plan: he pitches his flat lining idea. Let’s try the whole “kill
him and resuscitate him” to heal his beast (which makes no damn sense anyway)
as they did with him on Windsor and to make Curt agree to this dodgy turn of
events, they use his daughter as leverage. Tess points out how stupid Gabe’s
plan is.Catherine of course jumps on the bandwagon. She really wants to help
Vincent complete a mission that doesn’t involve him killing someone.
Tess: “"Hey, Curt, would you mind
“beasting out so we can kill you? "And then after you flatline,
"we may or may not be able to, you know, shock your human side back to
life?” I’m sure he’ll go for that.”😀
Cat returns to the station and fills Tess in. Cat thinks that Vincent was
rescuing Tori but Tess thinks he’ll use her as leverage. There is some tension
in their relationship since Tess isn’t fond of Vincent but Cat insists that he
is good for her.